Jaguar Land Rover announced its latest move in the ongoing fight to curb distracted driving today at the L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
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In-car electronics generated more complaints from people who bought 2014 model year vehicles than anything else. Continue Reading...
Attention Subaru fans, the company’s XV Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid models are getting some new technology. Continue Reading...
The negative impact that voice controls had on J.D. Power’s most recent Initial Quality Study is significant. Continue Reading...
After a good decade and a half in-vehicle infotainment is still something of a mess. Practically every automaker has taken its own approach to implementing advanced connectivity technology. And just like freshly fallen snowflakes no two solutions are alike. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is investing in developing the future of vehicle connectivity and infotainment by taking over a research and development facility in Germany. Continue Reading...
Where is in-car connectivity going in the future? A group of high-level industry experts weighed in on this pressing question yesterday at Telematics Update Detroit. Continue Reading...
The folks from QNX demonstrated the power of their software platform at 2014’s Telematics Update Detroit. The Canada-based computer company showed off a reference platform with super-fast booting capabilities. Continue Reading...
Pickups, minivans and automotive tech – that’s what captured the attention of automotive enthusiasts this week. AutoGuide.com‘s review of the 2014 Ford F-150 Tremor was our most watched video this week but not far behind in views was our look into the future of automotive infotainment at QNX. And though the market is slowly fading, our… Continue Reading...
Welcome to Tech Tuesday, our new series that explains and exposes the high tech features in today’s new cars. For our inaugural post, we’re not just looking at what technology is in cars today; instead we’re looking ahead to the future of in-car infotainment systems. Try almost any modern infotainment system. Most feel like they’re… Continue Reading...
Anyone who argues that automobiles are lagging behind when it comes to technology will be blown away by these two cars from QNX, which are on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Continue Reading...
Honda picked the upcoming 2015 Fit, which will arrive next spring, to be its first vehicle with an integrated Siri Eyes Free system from Apple. Continue Reading...
Infiniti is running at wide-open throttle right now trying to reinvent itself in a crowded marketplace. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that it will be releasing new voluntary guidelines for smartphone integration with vehicles next year. Continue Reading...
It didn’t take long for the Google Glass augmented reality device to be banned for use by drivers in the U.K., but it seems Nissan is still interested in offering something similar geared toward drivers. Continue Reading...
Ford announced the latest update today for its Sync voice recognition software and MyFord Touch infotainment system. Continue Reading...
Google Glass has been rules an official no-no for drivers in the U.K. before becoming commercially available. Continue Reading...
The J.D. Power Initial Quality Study (IQS) is an annual report that’s closely followed by both automakers and consumers. It measures problems reported by vehicle buyers during the first 90 days of ownership. The research firm released its 2013 findings today at an Automotive Press Association luncheon in Detroit and the report was full… Continue Reading...
MyFord Touch and Sync are helping to drive higher customer satisfaction rates, the automaker said today. Continue Reading...
We live in a digital world. For many new-car shoppers megabytes and gigahertz are just as important as horsepower and fuel economy. To members of the younger demographic chips are made of silicon, not potatoes, and ram has nothing to do with trucks. But what about the rest of us? To help customers understand the… Continue Reading...
Chrysler is now installing the same Uconnect 5.0 infotainment software in lower-trim levels of the Ram 1500 pickup truck as it began using in the Fiat 500L for Europe. Continue Reading...
Though Qoros won’t be heading to America anytime soon, the Chinese automaker is working on an infotainment system built on the Windows Azure cloud platform. Continue Reading...
Microsoft wants to further increase its involvement in the automotive industry, vastly increasing its role with automakers. Continue Reading...
Ford wants to take over the world… of in-car infotainment systems, that is. Continue Reading...